The theory is sound: high school should prepare students for college, and college should prepare
students for a job. What happens in real life doesn’t always match the ideal.
22 MILLION | Students enrolled at U.S. colleges in 2012
72% | Of educational institutions believe recent graduates are ready to enter the workforce
42% | Of employers agree that graduates are ready for jobs
That’s a big disconnect between expectations and reality. Likewise, students graduating from high school often aren’t ready for the rigors of college. How can educators close this gap? To find out, read this report on teaching digital literacy skills.
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